Agenda IETF101: taps

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Meeting Agenda

   Tansport Services (TAPS) working group - IETF101

Chairs: Aaron Falk, Zaheduzzaman Sarker


# Blue sheets / scribe selection / NOTE WELL - 2 min
# Agenda bashing - 3 min


1. Chairs update - 10 min

2. A Minimal Set of Transport Services for TAPS Systems,
draft-ietf-taps-minset-01 - Michael Wizel, University of Oslo. -10 min
         discussion point:
                - updates from previous version

3. An Architecture for Transport Services, draft-pauly-taps-arch-00, Tommy
Pauly, Apple. -20 min (excluding discussion)
        discusion point:
                - relation to working group milestone 3
                - overall architecture and approach.

4. An Abstract Application Layer Interface to Transport Services,
draft-trammell-taps-interface-00, Brian Trammel, ETH Zurich. -20 min (excluding
        discussion point:
                - the unified view (post sockets, NEAT, socket intents)
                - concepts of an interface at the level of a
                language-independent, abstract asynchronous interface
                definition. - relation towards taps proposed architecture (see
                agenda item 3)

5. Combined discussion slot for agenda item 3 and 4. -30 min
        discussion point:
                - see agenda item 3 and 4

6. A Survey of Transport Security Protocols,
draft-pauly-taps-transport-security-01, Christopher Wood, Apple. - 30 min
        discussion point:
                - updates since last version and review remaining issues
                - revisit goals as they pertain to new TAPS charter text
                - possible adoption as a WG item

7. Problem Statement Regarding IPv6 Address Usage,
draft-gont-taps-address-usage-problem-statement-00, Fernando Gont, SI6
Networks. - 15 min
        discussion point:
                - whether the topic is of interest for this working group
                - possibly adopting the I-D as working group document